The surface temperature of a “wet” substrate will change (rise) very slowly as constant heat is applied to the product. This occurs because the moisture in the substrate absorbs much of the heat energy as it evaporates.
A large electric air heating solutions company needed a very fast thermal management solution to prevent overheating of the air heater element used in its flanged inline heaters. The heaters are employed in industrial processing and R&D settings and are built to handle a wide range of extremely demanding process heat applications.
Exergen Corporation announces that two new studies from Postgraduate Medical Journal indicate that when used throughout a hospital, Exergen TemporalScanners deliver substantial cost savings while providing accuracy. Cost Minimization with Exergen The first study, “Cost minimization analysis of thermometry in… Read more »
University Medical Centre Groningen has decided to standardize on the TAT-5000 thermometer of Exergen Medical. The well-known university hospital – based in Groningen, The Netherlands – will buy several hundreds of the ‘temporal scanner’ from the Dutch distributor, Van Vliet… Read more »
Exergen Global Joins with SCB to help it Conquer Complexity in Building Fluid Infusion Systems that Maintain Precise Temperatures of Blood Products Exergen Global today announced that its Micro IRt/c-HB infrared non-contact sensors are being used to measure blood product… Read more »
Game Changer Infrared Novus Solution at Infrared Applications Expo and Sensor China Expo Exergen Global, will be exhibiting at The Infrared Applications Expo, being held at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center, booth number 1D96, September 5-8, and at Sensor… Read more »
Exergen Global announced today that Robotics & Automation is an official distributor of Exergen’s infrared non-contact temperature sensors in Israel. Robotics & Automation established in 1987 to provide engineering solutions for OEM companies such as IBM and Intel, partners with… Read more »